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SWCE 2016: Star Wars Battlefront Death Star And 'Rogue One' Expansions
Bespin refugee - July 17, 2016


During their panel at Celebration Europe, EA revealed two new expansions for Star Wars Battlefront, the Death Star and Rogue One: Scarif.
The Death Star Expansion, coming in September, will introduce Bossk and Chewbacca, as well as, "all-new maps, with combat taking place in space outside the Death Star, and inside the walls of the ultimate weapon."

The 4th digital expansion, Star Wars™ Battlefront™ Rogue One: Scarif, is scheduled for the holiday season, but, will be available two weeks early for Season Pass owners.

Also, for fans who prefer to play offline, the new Skirmish mode (available on July 21st) will offer players the ability to play across Walker Assault, or Fighter Squadron on a difficulty level of your choosing; there is even an option for coop split screen. (Console only)

"Along with Skirmish, Jabba returns with another Hutt Contract for players to unlock. The Stinger Pistol is the first charged Star Card that is an actual weapon that can be freely fired during the card’s active time."
(Source: StarWars.EA)



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